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St. Paul: Downtown Projects


Under Construction
Central Corridor Light Rail Line (Green Line)

3 stations in downtown St. Paul, including 10th Street, Central, and Union Depot
 

The string of blocks on either side of the Green Line (highlighted in green) and areas within a 5-minute walk (highlighted in white).
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The Penfield and Lunds Grocery Store
$54.5 million
6 stories

254 units

30,000-square-foot Lunds grocery store
TOD

 

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Pioneer - Endicott Apartment Conversion
$46 million
Pioneer Building, built in 1889 is 16 stories
Endicott Building, built in 1890 is 6 stories
234-unit apartments
36,000 square feet of commercial space

Note: the Pioneer Building was the first building in the US to have a glass elevator.

Pioneer Building

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Enicott Building

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Pioneer Building Atrium
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Construction to Start Soon
Saints Lowertown Ballpark
$54 Million
7,500 seats
Connections to light-rail, commuter transit and the anticipated high-speed rail.

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Rayette Building Apartment Conversion
Seven stories
88 units
Built in 1909
Commercial space on the first floor

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Proposed

St. Paul Central Post Office – Apartment Conversion

Built in phases from 1933 to 1966
750,000-square-foot building 
17 stories
250 units overlooking the Mississippi River.

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Recently Completed

Lofts at Farmers Market
$13 million
5 stories
58 units
 

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Union Station Depot
St. Paul's Union Station has undergone a $243 million renovation and is now open after 41 years.  The Union Station will serve as a hub for buses (service started in late 2012), Amtrak trains (2013), and light rail service (2014).

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The Union Depot concourse features skylights, restored tile flooring and a palette of paint colors matching that from the 1920s
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Arrival and departure board cases have been transformed into digital displays in the Union Depot concourse area 
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Metro Transit buses started using Union Depot in December 2012

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Edited by Twin Citian

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